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Mr. Carter's previous work "The Late Shift" about the turmoil which ensued in finding a replacement for Johnny Carson was an excellent piece of reporting. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Franklin the Mouse
Well written and entertaining. Goes deep into the background of all the major players. I like how it gave a moment by moment account of what transpired. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Just a dude
Great reporting, gripping story, but who, if anybody, edited the text? Too long a book to support such a dense concentration of mixed metaphors and cheesy clichés.Published 1 month ago by Joseph R Arron
This book was the bomb. It gave me a new appreciation for late night TV. After reading this you will see that Leno is a very strange guy and conniving.Published 1 month ago by D.T.
Super entertaining read about what went down in the late night wars in 2010. wish i couldve read the first bookPublished 1 month ago by Tony B. Rickson
A less-than suspenseful rehash of his earlier book, "The Late Shift". Boring, predictable, and stretched out much longer than necessary.Published 1 month ago by Mike Finch
This a balanced account of the late night debacle of a few years back. Carter sufficiently introduces all of the players: Leno, O'Brien, and Letterman, as well as more peripheral... Read morePublished 2 months ago by J. Pizzuto
First and foremost, I'm a television and media geek. I love learning about the behind the scenes stories of some of the biggest moves in broadcast history. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Eric M.